British Basketball League to introduce first-ever Hall of Fame to honour outstanding individuals who have made significant contributions to the League

First inductees to be named at British Basketball League’s prestigious All-Star Game in March.

The British Basketball League are excited to announce the launch of the League’s first-ever Hall of Fame, which will honour and recognise individuals from all eras of the Men’s and Women’s Leagues who have made a significant contribution to the sport in the UK. 

The first inductees into the Hall of Fame are set to be announced alongside the return of the highly anticipated All-Star Game which takes place at London’s Copper Box Arena on Sunday March 17 2024. 

Five individuals will be inducted into the Hall of Fame from the following five categories, in line with similar organisations across world basketball:

  • Men’s Players
  • Women’s Players
  • Coaches
  • Officials (Referees, Table Officials, Statisticians)
  • Services to the League (i.e. volunteers, photographers, videographers, team managers, general managers, members of the community etc.)

Inductees will be selected and nominated by a selection committee consisting of Club-elected Directors, alongside a representative from the League Office and two invited members of the media.

Each member of the selection committee would be entitled to three nominations per category. The selection committee will then meet to discuss the nominations as a group and finalise the inductees for the upcoming class.

For the first class of inductees, which will be announced in March 2024, one nomination in each category will be inducted into the Hall of Fame, meaning five total inductees.

Future classes would see five new inductees into the Hall, but these would simply be the five nominations most worthy of induction in the eyes of the selection committee.

The League’s Hall of Fame will initially take pride of place on the League website, and as the League continues to grow over the coming years, plans are in place to have a physical Hall of Fame space at the League office in addition to online. 

Speaking on the launch of British Basketball League’s Hall of Fame, Chief Executive Officer Aaron Radin said:

“We’re proud to launch the British Basketball League Hall of Fame, which will enable us to honour and give recognition to individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the League and the growth of the sport. 

“So many people have played a significant role in growing British basketball throughout the years, so it’s great to have a permanent feature for us to continually celebrate new members each year. 

“We’re excited to see the first generation of inductees announced at this season’s All-Star Game on 17 March in London. This addition to the weekend will add to what is already set to be a special occasion to showcase and celebrate the talent in the Men’s and Women’s Leagues.”

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